Published On: Fri, Jan 24th, 2014

NAMM 2014: Moog Sub 37 Tribute Revealed

Moog have revealed their Sub 37 Tribute at NAMM 2014 – the Sub 37 Tribute is a limited edition analog synthesizer created in honor of Moog Music founder Dr Robert Moog. The new features include Duo mode, two modulation busses and access to 256 presets. Read on for more details…

 

 

Press Release: The Sub 37 Tribute includes new features including Duo Mode, which allows oscillator 1 and oscillator 2 to be played independantly, programmable arpeggiator/step sequencer, two modulation busses with assignable source and destination options, access to 256 presets, and a 37 note velocity sensitive keyboard with after-touch.

A fully featured mixer section contains dedicated controls and mutes for each sound source, as well as a level control for External audio input and Feedback – which feeds the output of the filter directly back to the input of the mixer.

Also included are the powerful DAHDSR envelopes from the Sub Phatty with panel control of each extended function. And like the Sub Phatty, the Sub 37 Tribute includes a free standalone/plugin editor that is compatible with all major plugin formats – creating seamless integration between analog synth and DAW for total control, recall, and automation of every parameter

The Sub 37 Tribute is a limited edition analog synthesizer created in honor of Moog Music founder Dr Robert Moog, his passion for education, and his love of music. For every Sub 37 Tribute sold, Moog Music will donate a portion of the proceeds to Asheville Area School Music Programs.

KEY FEATURES
Perform in Monophonic or Duo-Paraphonic modes
37 note velocity sensitive keyboard w/ after touch
2 modulation busses w/ assignable source and destinations
DAHDSR (Delay, Attack, Hold, Decay, Sustain, Release) looping envelopes with sync
256 Presets -16 banks of 16 patches
Standalone and DAW Plugin editor included
Syncable Arpeggiator and Step Sequencer
Classic Moog Ladder Filter with resonance, MultiDrive, and selectable filter slopes.
FULL SPECS
SOUND ENGINE: 100% Analog
POLYPHONY: Selectable Monophonic or Paraphonic
KEYBED: 37 Note Semi-weighted with After Pressure
LCD: 128 X 64 pixel LCD with white backlight
CONTROLLERS:Pitch Bend, Mod Wheel, After Pressure, Breath, Velocity
SOUND SOURCES: 2 Variable Waveshape Oscillators, 1 Square Wave Sub Oscillator, 1 Analog Noise Generator, 1 External Input/Filter Feedback
OSCILLATOR CALIBRATION RANGE: 22Hz-6.8KHz. Note range at 8′ = 18 – 116
GLIDE MODULE: Assign to Osc1/Osc2/Both. Type – LCR, LCT, EXP, Gated, Legato
FILTER: 20Hz-20Khz Moog Ladder Filter w/ 6/12/18/24 dB/Oct Filter Slopes and MultiDrive
TRANSPOSITION:+/- 1 Octaves
ARPEGGIATOR/SEQUENCER: Up, Down, Order, Random, Latching, Back/Forth, Invert, +/-2 Range, Tie, Rest, MIDI Sync
MODULATION BUSSES:
SOURCES: LFO, Filter Envelope, Programmable Sources – Amp Env,Osc1/Osc2 Pitch
DESTINATIONS: Osc1/Osc2/Both Pitch, Filter Cutoff, Osc1/Osc2/Both Wave, VCA, LFO1/LFO2 Rate, Noise Level, EG Time. Programmable Destinations – Filter resonance, drive, slope, EG amt. Osc1/Osc2/Sub Level, Feedback/Ext Level.
LFO PANEL FEATURES: Hi/Low Range from .01Hz–1kHz, Midi Sync, KB Reset
ENVELOPES: DAHDSR Envelopes with Multi-Trigger, Reset, Looping, MIDI Sync, Latch, and Variable control of EG Delay, Hold, Velocity Amount, KB Tracking.
INPUTS/OUTPUTS:
AUDIO INPUT: 1xTS
AUDIO OUTPUT 1xTS, 1xTRS Headphone with separate volume control
PRESETS: 256 Presets – 16 Banks x 16 presets
MIDI I/O: DIN In/Out, and MIDI over USB
CV/GATE INPUTS: Filter CV, Pitch CV, Volume CV, KB Gate
POWER: 110VAC-240VAC Universal Power Supply with IEC connector
WEIGHT: 22lbs
DIMENSIONS: 6.75H x 26.75″W x 14.75″D

 

More info coming soon!

 

 

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